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General Discussion Area / Re: Your Next Holiday Abroad
« on: Today at 18:53:15 »
Cruises . . . .

I know people who go on cruises. Regardless of Covid19, I would not want to spend time locked inside a tin can with them or people like them.

Strangely, one can also meet some very nice people on cruises, perhaps it is like life, you get all sorts. ::)

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General Discussion Area / Re: A certain admin......
« on: 08 July 2020, 08:49:36 »
Happy Birthday Jaime, only 50 to go. 🥴

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General Discussion Area / Re: Your Next Holiday Abroad
« on: 07 July 2020, 19:08:20 »
I concur about squeezing into a metal tube with hundreds of others in order to get somewhere, but I will suffer it once in a while if I really have to.
A cruise on the other hand is my idea of hell on earth. I would rather jump off the side of a cruise ship than have to spend weeks sailing around on one.
As for driving to places from Calais ! You do know its in French France, which is full of French people dont you ?  :o  ;D

Ive done a fair bit of foreign travel in the past, but I cant see much, if any of it on the horizon in the future. Just cant be arsed with it tbh.
I havent even bothered going back to Norn Irn in the five years since I went over for 12 hours to attend my Dads funeral.

I used to say that until I tried one many years ago. Love to cruise now though, only 10- 14 days, and only luxury ones. Made some very good friends over the years.:y
I would not cruise now with C-19.

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Now sorted, I found this: https://support.hp.com/us-en/topic/printscandoctor which scanned my system and printer, fixed a problem, and asked me to restart, after which scanning to Thunderbird email now works.
Thanks to everyone for their help. :y

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Somewhere in the HP Scan app you (probably) installed should give the option to set it up.

did you install the basic driver, or full printer software package?

Just checked, it was the full software package, done on the 11th June. :y

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I must apologise for my belated response to your help. Unfortunately my wife suffers from a chronic and deteriorating illness, coping with which restricts my personal time. :y

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Somewhere in the HP Scan app you (probably) installed should give the option to set it up.

did you install the basic driver, or full printer software package?

https://support.hp.com/gb-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-deskjet-1510-all-in-one-printer-series/5157551

Thank you. Will check that.  Lots of help on here as usual. Thanks guys. :y :y :y

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Somewhere in the HP Scan app you (probably) installed should give the option to set it up.

did you install the basic driver, or full printer software package?

Hmm, not sure but will look at that.

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I used and still use T’bird.  :y

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Agreed, 7 was simple, even for me to use. 10 is far too complex.  :-[

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General Discussion Area / Re: Your Next Holiday Abroad
« on: 04 July 2020, 10:57:54 »
Pub up the road had a dozen cars outside at 10 this AM! I live in a small village, Pop under 2000.

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Sorry for the delay, due to trying establish what I meant :-[

It will print a letter using my WP, Textmaker, with no problem, however when I try to scan a document to email it advises "Scan to email application not found."

Answers to the replies above:

1. I downloaded the latest printer software when I installed 10 recently.

2. The PC is running 64bit, and I assume that the printer needs it to be the default in order for it to work with all applications, including scanning to eMail.

3. I tried unticking the box BM suggested, but it makes no difference, still get the same message.

Any further options to resolve this? Other than paying HP to ask a question.

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Omega General Help / Re: Removing an auto gear knob
« on: 03 July 2020, 07:29:11 »
Hi chaps, as the title says - I'm ordering new leather waiters and wondered how easy it is to remove an auto knob? I fitted them easily on my manual, but that has a smaller knob (ooh er missus).

Do tell ::)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Your Next Holiday Abroad
« on: 02 July 2020, 07:31:07 »
So far I've had two holdays cancelled this year (still waiting on refunds, thanks easyJet  ::) )

I've got flights booked for Oct 28th to Fuerteventura, as I hope by then the 'new normal' will be well-seasoned.



Just wondering if anyone has any future plans for a Holiday abroad?  When and where do you plan to go?  Are you worried bout it?  Do you think you will actually travel?

Just received refund of a flight cost from EJ after 6 weeks. They are - currently - refusing to refund part of the car hire cost, claiming I should have cancelled the car hire via ‘manage my booking’ despite telling me, in the cancellation email, to do so ‘directly with the service provider’, which I did.
Hmmm, we shall see, barrister daughter is on the case. Any bets?

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